>Reviews are too long and wordy. Usually by the time Iâ€™m done them, Iâ€™ve forgotten what movie, CD or play they were even reviewing. Plus who has the time? What with Facebook and all.
For this reason, I present the 99 word review of Front Row Centre Playerâ€™s Little Shop of Horrors currently playing at Pumphouse Theatres. 99 words, count â€˜em:
The great thing about LSOH is that itâ€™s a great starter musical for those musical virgins out there. Itâ€™s light, fun and easy to swallow. Much like a giant plant swallowing a heartless dentist or bossy father figure. Dave Gagnier plays Seymore nearly pitch perfect. He makes it easy for the audience to follow all his ups and downs from being a geek florist to the first celeb-gardener. The songs are catchy and are as appealing as the chemistry between Audrey (Christine Horne) and Seymore. Fun Game: Try to keep track of how many parts Lindsay Robertson actually played!
Phew! (that doesnâ€™t count)
Tickets available here (neither does that)